The activity level on the Woopra Forums has skyrocketed since the early pre-release fun, announcement of the start of mass approvals to use Woopra, and the release of Woopra Beta 18.104.22.168. We’re eagar to hear from you, get your feedback and input, and you are helping us improve Woopra every day.
Having trouble with the Woopra Installation Guide? We’ve luckily had only a few reports of problems installing Woopra, but there have been a few issues, especially with those using older versions of Mac and all of us awaiting the release of Java 1.6 for Mac. Check the Installation section in the Forum for more information and tips, and to ask for help, on installing Woopra.
If you are having trouble beyond installation, we have several Forum sections to help you. For issues dealing with your blogs and websites, see the Web site issues section. If you’ve found what you think is a bug or problem with the program, let us know in the Bug Reports section. For general overall troubleshooting, see the Troubleshooting section.
If you just want to talk about Woopra, where you think it is going or meet up with fellow Woopra users to ask them how they are using Woopra, visit the General Discussion section of the forums.
If you want to be a part of the active team of Woopra beta testers, we ask that you check-in and let us know of your interest. We will be talking to you a great deal about how to make Woopra better.
For those still awaiting approval, we’re working as fast as we can to approval Woopra members in small groups as to not overwhelm our servers during this delicate testing phase. Remember, Woopra is under development and we may have to stop the approvals soon for testing purposes, though we are working hard to avoid making that decision. The more diverse the group of users, the better the input for improving Woopra.
There is a lot of activity going on in the forums, and a lot of answers to your questions. So go check out the Woopra Forums and tell us how we are doing and how you want us to do better.